Every thing Sensor


  • Glasgow Project Room 103 Trongate Glasgow, G1 5HD United Kingdom

A collaborative exhibition by:
Caitlin Merrett King
Hannah Reynolds
Isabella Widger

Accompanied by a publication including texts by:
Nick Evans
Laurence Figgis
Francisco Garcia-Ferrera
Eleanore Widger

Opening 26th June 6pm
Drinks generously provided by Dead Crow and Orwell’s

The Everything Sensor serves you at the point of necessity and convenience. A narrative panacea, it stages both the problem and its solution.

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Everything Sensor evinces a hyper-conscious installation in pursuit of an interdependence between objects created individually, whilst maintaining a conscious awareness of each other’s practices and a receptivity to the transformative processes of collaboration. Mutual lines of inquiry include object relations and display mechanisms, considering the potentiality of objects to convey meaning, indicate character or pertain to specific cultural significance.

The exhibition configures objects that propose a mutable or arbitrary functionality, challenging the 'realness' of the presentation that favours the aesthetic of the commercial showroom, tableau, domestic space and market stall.

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Caitlin Merrett King (born 1992, Sheffield) graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2014 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking, completing a semester abroad at Maryland Insititute College of Art, Baltimore in 2012. Recent exhibitions include if any, before, The Telfer Gallery, Glasgow (2015), Key Lime Pie, Glasgow Open House Festival (2015) and Faux Sho, Assembly House, Leeds, curated by (It's all) Tropical (2015).

Hannah Reynolds (born 1992, Edinburgh) graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking from the Glasgow School of Art in 2014. She completed a semester studying Media and Performance under Jimmy Robert at The Universität der Künste, Berlin in 2015. Recent shows include The Plinth for Glasgow Open House and Key Lime Pie, Glasgow Open House Art Festival (2015).

Isabella Widger (born 1989, York) graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2014 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking. She completed a semester at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 2014. Recent exhibitions include Endless Fortune, Flushing Studios, New York (2015), RSA:New Contemporaries, Edinburgh (2015) and WE ARE ONE, Drygate Brewery, Glasgow, including printed label commission (2015).